s Work k All in All in a Day’s Work ll in a Day,s Work l in a Day’s Work All in a All in a Day All in a D He just might be the most hardworking star in the business. TobyMac adds a fourth studio project, Tonight, to his résumé—and somehow fi nds time to launch a clothing line, mentor new artists and get home in time for dinner. When he’s not on a tour bus, a day in the life of tobyMac looks something like this: 8:15 a.m. Wake up and take his youngest, 3-year-old Judah, to school. 10 a.m. Head to the studio. 10:15 a.m. Pray with his producer and get cranking on the 40-plus songs they’re working on, honing the 10 or 12 that will become toby’s next batch of “soulfood gumbo,” a contagious blend of hip-hop, rock, reggae and funk. 6:30 p.m. Drive home, help twins Marley and Moses with homework, shoot a few baskets, then sit down to dinner—usually jerk chicken or something with Jamaican fl air, his wife, Amanda’s, specialty. 7:30 p.m. Help clean up after dinner, bathe the four younger kids, read them a book and sing a worship song before bed. BY ANDREA BAILEY WILLITS BY ANDREA BAILEY WILLITS Continued on Pg. 18. 14 [ccmmagazine.com]